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Half Empty Airliner

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We're flying to Brussels in two weeks, and the current seating chart on a Boeing 777-200 indicates just over 50 seat assignments have been made--on the whole plane. I suspect this flight will be flying far from full.

Our seat assignments are in the Economy section. The Economy Plus section is essentially empty, as of today's seat assignments.

Can we move up to Economy Plus after the plane's in the air without any issues?

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